Saturday, 19 January 2013

Georges River, Captain Cook Bridge

A flock of seagulls frolic in the water of the Georges River, off the sandy shore in the southern suburb of Sylvania. They are intrigued by a pelican swimming past in the distance, with the Captain Cook Bridge as a backdrop. 
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  1. Magnifique photo,le pont en arriere plan est vraiment impressionnant !

    bon w end ;o)

  2. The seagulls do know how to enjoy themselves! What a magnificent bridge in the background! Terrific capture for the day, Jim! Have a great weekend!

  3. Nice point of view on that bridge (of birds)...

  4. Beautiful photography ~ love the seagull reflections ~ nature has such a wonderful palette ^_^

    (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

  5. The bridge still has a glorious arc across the water! So scenic! And adore that pelican in prime focus! Like a drama queen!

  6. Sylvania is a part of Sydney I'm not familiar with, but it must be important enough for the city to spend a fortune for the bridge. It is magestic.

    1. The bridge links Sydney with the Sutherland Shire and the beaches of Cronulla.

  7. By the way...are you managing to stay cool in all the heat there?


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